Staff at the event wore T-shirts proclaiming their equity, diversity and inclusion credentials. They oversaw an arts and crafts event as part of a day of the dead celebration.
The arts and craft event was one of many taking place during the day of the dead festival in Mesa. Participants were children, and their parents. Many of the staff attending to the event wore T-Shirts proclaiming that they are
Creating a just and equitable society and the diverse leadership to sustain it.
What this means translated into normal English is that a society of equal outcomes is to be created where the government advances some races and punishes others. It will do so in part by promoting some races to government leadership positions, while blocking others from ascending.
The black shirts worn by some of the volunteers also sported an ASU logo, as well as the insignia of the Lodestar Center for Philanthropy and Nonprofit Innovation - Arizona State University.
As is now customary in higher, and more and more also K-12 educational institutions, education is being replaced by political activism. In the case of ASU, it appears to be paid political activism, sometimes, it appears, aimed at children.